Minnesota committee to study Capitol security
ST. PAUL -- A dormant state security committee is being reactivated to discuss how the public, state employees and Minnesota officials should be protected in the Capitol complex.
Gov. Mark Dayton, top legislators and others made that announcement Tuesday after meeting in the governor's office.
"Our principal concern in the meeting was ... how do we protect the public," Dayton told reporters afterwards.
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